Elizabeth Arkhangelsky received her Ph. D. degree from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel (2006 – 2010). From 2010 to 2013 she worked as Post Doctoral research fellow at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. Dr. Arkhangelsky joined Nazarbayev University as Assistant Professor in the end of 2013. Currently she is an Associate Professor at the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. Dr. Arkhangelsky has more than 15 years of experience in membrane research. Her expertise includes water/wastewater treatment, pressure driven membranes, fouling mechanisms and control, colloids’ transport mechanisms through nanopores, nanotools for membrane pore size determination, forward osmosis, membrane distillation etc. She is an author of peer-reviewed publications (Scopus: 820 citations, h-index 15), book chapters, conference papers, etc. ; she is an invited peer-reviewer for the Journal of Membrane Science, Water Research, Desalination, etc.; and a recipient of BMBF-MOST (German-Israel); Reiger, Jewish National Fund Program for Environmental Studies (Israel); Levi Eshkol, Israeli Ministry of Science (Israel); Ministry of Education and Science (Kazakhstan), Social Policy (Kazakhstan), Faculty Development Competitive (Kazakhstan) research grants.
- Arkhangelsky E. et al., (2019) Nanoparticles as a Powerful Tool for Membrane Pore Size Determination and Mercury Removal. Chapter in Nanotechnology in Water and Wastewater Treatment: theory and applications, Elsevier, ISBN 9780128139035.
- Arkhangelsky E. at al., (2017) Considering energy efficiency in filtration of engineering nanoparticles. Water Science and Technology 17, 1212-1218.
- Arkhangelsky E. et al., (2016) Understanding the interaction between biopolymers and their influence on forward osmosis process. Desalination 385, 12-23.
- Arkhangelsky E. et al., (2014) Impact of intrinsic properties of foulants on membrane performance in osmotic desalination applications. Separation and Purification Technology 123, 87-95.
- Arkhangelsky E. et al., (2015) Retention of biopolymers by ultrafiltration membranes. Chemical Engineering and Technology 38, 2327-2334.